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Karen Corlyn
k c o r l y n @u wm. e d u
Lee Ann Pruske
l a p r u s k e @u wm. e d u
Maki ng
Mat hemat i cs
Meani ngf ul
and
Memor abl e
Paige Richards
r i c h a r d a @u wm. e d u
Mary Mooney
mo o n e y [email protected] wm. e d u
Associ at i on
of
Mat hemat i cal
Teacher
Educat or s
Tul sa,
Okl ahoma
Januar y
24 26, 2008
Hank Kepner
k e p n e r @u wm. e d u
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View Full Document TeachersinResidence
Experienced teachers from Milwaukee
Public Schools.
On special assignment at the University
of Wisconsin  Milwaukee.
Link academic teacher preparation and
urban classroom practice.
Align teacher preparation and K12
reform initiatives.
MET Report Recommendations
The mathematical education of teachers
should be seen as a partnership between
mathematics faculty and mathematics
education faculty.
There needs to be more collaboration
between mathematics faculty and school
mathematics teachers.
Prospective teachers need mathematics
courses that develop a deep understanding
of the mathematics that they teach.
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i sconsi n
Mi l waukee
Mi l waukee
Ar ea
Techni cal
Col l ege
Publ i c
School s
Uni ver si t y
of
W
i sconsi n
Mi l waukee
Mi l waukee
Ar ea
Techni cal
Col l ege
Publ i c
School s
MMP
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View Full Document Ma t h e ma t i c s Co u r s e
Wo r k
Mathematical Explorations for Elementary
Teachers I and II
Mathematics Methods for Elementary and Middle
School.
Discrete Probability and Statistics for Elementary
Teachers
Geometry for Elementary Teachers
Problem Solving and Critical Thinking for
Elementary Teachers
Algebraic Structures for Elementary Teachers
Middle Childhood through Early
Adolescence (MCEA) Math Minor
Core courses for MCEA majors
Mathematicians
Mathematics
Educators
Teachersin
Residence
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2011 for the course MATH 112 taught by Professor Jarvis during the Winter '08 term at BYU.
 Winter '08
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